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Posted by: Mazur Rodica

News / Political

11 June 2019 / 19:00

Embassy of Moldova in Israel to be transferred from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem

The Government has decided on Tuesday, 11 June, the transfer of the headquarters of the Embassy of Moldova in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, reads a press release of the acting Government.

Also, the acting Cabinet has decided to approve the signing of the Agreement on the sale of land for construction of U.S. Embassy in Moldova.

"We were in a position to approve urgently these projects in view of the political instability and uncertainty in the country, as well as the recent political developments by which one of the parties that has tried to block these two projects attempts permanently to take the power illegally. There are two commitments we had made before, and we want to be sure that they are respected, no matter what happens after early elections," said PM Pavel Filip.

These projects are commitments undertaken by the Government of Moldova, and they were not wished to be blocked in the long run due to political crisis in Moldova.

 

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